Compliance Officers will perform various assignments relative to the area of casino regulation and control in order to implement, administer and enforce the Gun Lake Gaming Commission Regulations, Tribal Internal Controls (TICS) and the Gun Lake Tribal Ordinances pursuant thereto in order to promote the safety, security and integrity of Tribal Casino gaming on Gun Lake Tribal Lands.
- High School Diploma or G.E.D. certificate
- Experience in regulatory, law enforcement or related field
- Must possess a strong work ethic
- Ability to read, learn, interpret and apply ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures pertaining to gaming enforcement and licensing activities
- Knowledge in area of licensing and compliance
- Knowledge in investigation and inspection techniques
- Ability to conduct investigations, interview suspected violators and obtain evidence regarding violations of the applicable law and regulations
- Ability to mediate disputes
- Ability to maintain records and prepare reports and correspondence related to work
- Ability to maintain confidential records as required by law and regulations
- Ability to meet and communicate effectively with people and maintain favorable working relationships
include, but are not limited to the following:
- • Performs monitoring inspections of casino gaming operations and prepares written reports of findings
- Inspections will be based on observations, inquiries and analysis of gaming records
- Monitoring assures that the casino operations are in compliance with Gun Lake Gaming Commission Regulations & TICS
- Conducts detailed and complex regulatory, administrative and background investigations in compliance with the regulations and statutes as they relate to gaming on Gun Lake Tribal Lands
- Inspects gaming devices and other associated equipment in the Gun Lake Casino, to verify that the examined devices in the field are substantially identical to the approved devices
- Examines patron disputes to determine if further investigation is warranted
- Investigation and subsequent report will establish if there are issues of casino regulatory violations by the Gun Lake Casino
- May be required to correspond with patron and file a report noting any issues of non-compliance by the casino licensee
- May serve as a witness in subsequent proceeding
- Collects intelligence information regarding criminals and criminally-oriented persons, the activity of individuals engaged in organized crime and other activity relating to the gaming industry
- Interviews witnesses/complainants, conducts covert surveillance, obtains information from confidential informants through appropriate recruitment, development, maintenance and control of said informants and other cooperating individuals
- Conducts inspections of gaming licensee surveillance systems, inspects various gaming devices including slot machines, cards and dice and seizes items if necessary
- Provides assistance to other jurisdictions in gaming-related matters and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in the exchange of information as appropriate
- Performs as representative of Commission pursuant to the Gun Lake Gaming Regulations with regard to, but not limited to, the movement of electronic gaming devices, receipt of shipments of gaming equipment to/from casino, destruction of chips and tokens etc.
- Receives new and updated training on a variety of topics including licensed games, cheating techniques, arbitration of disputes, investigation and interview techniques, writing and communication skills, Gun Lake Tribal law and regulations, security and safety
- Collect and compile data necessary to complete investigations of casino facility, employees and vendors
- Be a minimum of 21 years of age
- Pass a background investigation, which includes: personal history, criminal history, driving record, credit rating and employment references, and satisfy suitability standards established by the Gun Lake Tribal Government and the Tribal Gaming Commission
- Successfully complete the Commission’s training program, which takes place on all shifts
- Adhere to the Commission policy prohibiting an employee from gambling or playing any licensed game or gaming device within the Gun Lake Tribal Lands
- The Gun Lake Casino is open 24 hours per day. As a result, Gaming Commission employees may be required to work shifts that include evenings, weekends and holidays as assigned
- Work is essentially conducted in a standard office setting but may require travel and periodic high concentrations of noise and second-hand tobacco smoke associated with casino settings
- Ability and willingness to travel, locally and out of state, for program requirements, meetings and continuing education
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job. These statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
All applicants must be able to demonstrate their US work authorization during the employment verification process. The pre-employment process also requires the ability to pass a criminal background investigation and drug/alcohol test.
The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians recognizes Native American preference in its hiring and employment policies.
The Gun Lake Tribe offers a competitive base salary and benefits package that includes:
- Medical, dental, vision, telehealth, short and long term disability
- Life insurance for the employee, spouse and their dependents
- 401K/Roth retirement plan with employer matching contributions
- Defined Benefit Plan
- Voluntary Benefits: AFLAC and Flexible Spending Account, additional life insurance
- Paid Time Off and Holidays
- Employee Assistance Program
This position will have access to information that is security sensitive and thereby subject to additional provisions.
Please submit a cover letter, resume and application, to be considered for this position. Applicant information may be submitted via mail, fax, in person, by e-mail or through this online portal. Letters may be sent through U.S. Postal Service, must be postmarked no later than the closing date of the posting period.
Please submit your applicant information for the position to one of the following:
Applicant information can be filled out through this online portal.
It can also be brought in person or mailed to:
Gun Lake Tribe
Attn: Human Resources
2872 Mission Dr.
Shelbyville, MI 49344
Submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by fax at (269) 397-1786